Mohs

Mohs or MoHS can refer to:

  • Friedrich Mohs, a 19th century German geologist who developed:
    • Mohs scale of mineral hardness, a scale used in materials science to describe hardness
  • Frederic E. Mohs, an American doctor who developed:
    • Mohs surgery, a microscopically controlled surgery highly effective for common types of skin cancer
  • Erik Mohs, a German professional racing cyclist
  • Mohs Automobile, an automobile built by the American Mohs Seaplane Corporation
  • Moanalua High School, a public, co-educational college preparatory high school in Hawaiʻi
  • The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, a 2006 anime sci-fi television series
  • Mount Olive High School, a U.S. public high school in Flanders, New Jersey

Other articles related to "mohs":

Stone Sculpture - Types of Stone Used in Carving
... Soapstone, with a Mohs hardness of about 2, is an easily worked stone, commonly used by beginning students of stone carving ... and softer kinds of serpentine, all about 3 on the Mohs scale, are more durable than soapstone ... Limestone and sandstone, at about 4 on the Mohs scale, are the only sedimentary stones commonly carved ...
Mohs (automobile)
... Mohs was an automobile make built by the Mohs Seaplane Corporation of Madison, Wisconsin (United States) ... Bruce Mohs, the company founder, built limited-production automobiles on chassis built to custom specifications by the International Harvester Company ... Automobiles by Mohs were built between 1967 and 1979 ...
Mohs Surgery - Associations
... The American College of Mohs Surgery is the organization that sets standards of care for fellowship trained Mohs surgeons who perform Mohs surgery as a primary function of their ... require 1 to 2 years of training in the Mohs procedure including reconstructive and plastic surgery – in addition to 4 years of residency ... The American Society of Mohs Surgery is an organization of dermatologists who perform dermatology and Mohs surgery in their practice ...
The Mohs Surgery Team
... The team consists of the Mohs surgeon, histotechnician, and assisting nurses ... The Mohs surgeon identifies the cancer and its margin, often with the aid of dermatoscopy ... The histotechnician prepares the tissue for Mohs processing by flattening the surgical margin on a flat surface first ...
Future Applications of Mohs Surgery
... Mohs surgery can be applied to any relatively non-aggressive locally invasive tumor with a contiguous growth pattern (i.e ... Today, most Mohs procedures are performed by dermatologists ... surgeons, and otolaryngologists have been trained and are utilizing Mohs surgery in their practice as well ...